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  1. Madamme Ovaries
    26th September 2009 19:25
    Madamme Ovaries
    I removed you as you requested. Let me know when you are ready to come back.
  2. Lamanov
    22nd August 2008 23:36
    Huan Gomes Casas, Anarchist Organisation: History of the FAI, Black Rose Books, Montreal 1986.

    It's a very short part of the book; 9 pages I think.
  3. Bilan
    22nd August 2008 14:16
    I was wondering, you mentioned the Analysis of the Platform in the Platformism: Unity of Tactics thread.
    Do you know where I can find?

    Thanks in advance.
  4. Lamanov
    21st August 2008 20:38
    Well, I agree with it. They say it "fit". It's just like monolithic Christianity and the idea of "son of god" and his "dual nature" corresponding to the idea of Constantine's Empire. Islam did fit into the whole concept of uniting tribes under powerful and patriarchal merchant class.

    Actually, Yugoslav article is about class recomposition and decomposition in state capitalism. They lack allot of information, but it's still a good read, because it gives fresh perspective - a good starting point:
  5. Joe Hill's Ghost
    21st August 2008 20:30
    Joe Hill's Ghost
    I mean that everything falls into a very mechanistic economic analysis. For example they talk about Islam emerging as a religion because it fit within the arab merchant class's desire to develop trade routes. Call me an idealist, but there's a bit more interplay between ideas and material reality than that.

    Could you link me to that yugoslav article? I'm pretty desperate for good analysis of the yugoslav system.
  6. Lamanov
    21st August 2008 01:45
    I've read articles on Decadence, State Capitalism and Yugoslavia, and they're very good. I'm not sure what you mean by "Marxist reductionism".
  7. Joe Hill's Ghost
    21st August 2008 01:31
    Joe Hill's Ghost
    I'm curious. Noticed you posted that Aufheben article, what's your view of their other stuff? I enjoy aufheben a lot but it seems to veer into marxist reductionism at times.

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    Influenced by council communism (AAUD-E), anarcho-syndicalism (Russian anarcho-syndicalists and the CNT), foraist worker-anarchism (FORA) and post-war ultra-left based on workers' councils (International Situationniste and Solidarity).
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